We would like to welcome the following new members of the InsTED network.
Prof. Reshad Ahsan (University of Melbourne) His research interests are international trade, and development economics.
Prof. Amrit Amirapu (University of Kent) His primary fields are development economics, and applied microeconomics.
Prof. Daniel Bernhofen (American University) His research interests are in international economics, global economic history, and applied microeconomics.
Prof. Nancy Chau (Cornell Universitry) Her research interests fall under international trade, regional economics, and economic development.
Prof. Paola Conconi ( Université Libre de Bruxelle) Her fields of interest are international trade, firm organization, and political economy.
Prof. Peri da Silva (Kansas State University) His research interests are in the political economy of trade, theory of preferential trade, and ways to distribute the gains generated from trade liberalization.
Prof. Leopoldo Fergusson (Universidad de los Andes) His areas of interest are political economy, development economics, and economic history.
Prof. Michael Gechter (Pennsylvania State University) His fields of interest are development economics, and econometrics.
Prof.Daniel Honig (John Hopkins University) His primary field is political economy.
Prof.Christopher Kilby (Villanova University) His research focus is on the political economy of foreign aid.
Prof. David Kuenzel (Wesleyan University) His research interests are international trade and economic growth.
Prof. Beyza Ural Marchand (University of Alberta) Her research fields are development economics, international trade, and applied microeconomics
Prof. Priya Mukherjee (College of William and Mary) Her research interests include development economics, and political economy.
Prof. Takumi Naito (Waseda University) His current work in progress are under the topics of “An asymmetric Melitz model of trade and growth” and “A larger country sets a lower optimal tariff”.
Prof. Abdulaziz B. Shifa (Syracuse University) His areas of interest cover economic growth and development, political economy, and macroeconomics.
Prof. Mototsugu Shintani (Vanderbilt University) His specializations include econometrics, macroeconomics, and international finance.
Prof. Soule Sow (Antalya International University) His fields of specialization are development economics, international trade, and urban economics.
Dr. Walter Steingress (Banque de France) His specializations are international trade, and international macroeconomics.
Dr. Ana Maria Tribin (Central Bank of Colombia) Her research interests are in political economy, development economics, and labor economics.
Prof. Tsung Yu Yang (Southwestern University) His fields of interest are applied econometrics, agricultural economics, international trade, and environmental economics.
Prof. Nicolas Van de Sijpe (University of Sheffield) His current research focuses mainly on the effects of foreign aid.